War of the Angels

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AuthorHouse, May 23, 2005 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 252 pages

In 1976, Michael Mullen was writing a book about the horrendous sinking of the U.S.S. Indianapolis, based upon Top Secret papers released to him by President Gerald Ford.  Every major publishing house in America clamored for his book, when suddenly, Mullen was visited by the Man on the Burial Shroud of Turin who told him, "Do not write that (U.S.S. Indianapolis).  Write this (War of the Angels)."

 

Scientists who proclaim the Shroud of Turin to be a fake are critically wrong.  Not only is it the burial shroud of a man crucified 2000 years ago in Jerusalem, but that same man whose image is embedded on the cloth is still alive.  Mullen was escorted by him numerous times to a vast Dark World.  There he beheld angels from opposing forces battle.  The Man on the Shroud told Mullen to write what he saw.

 

Through the author''s eyes you will:

    See the face and body of Jesus Christ

    See the face and body of the Dragon (Satan)

    See the "Living" Star of Bethlehem

    Patrol the celestial heavens with Archangel Michael

    Battle Satan and his armies of dark angels

    Visit the Bottomless Pit and its gruesome inhabitants

    Discover who murdered Pope John Paul I

    Learn who is paving the way for Satan''s return

    See Michael shout the start of World War III

    Be raptured to a Cloud World

    Witness Satan being cast into hell

 

World Leaders prepare for the Antichrist, and to succeed, they make you believe that Satan is just a cartoon character in a funny red suit.  But his existence is no joke.  War of the Angels was written as commanded by the Man on the Shroud of Turin.  It is a final warning.  Take heed.

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About the author (2005)

Michael Mullen worked in the National Basketball Association for ten years, where he helped pioneer NBA franchises into the computer age.  He was the first person to fully automate an NBA franchise.  He was first to create a commercial basketball site on the world wide web when he designed and maintained the original site for Prodigy, and he managed an international cyberstaff of more than 200 volunteer reporters.  He was recognized as the top computer analyst in professional basketball, and was acknowledged by the White House and the U.S. Senate. 

            Mullen eventually left computers and ventured into other areas of the sporting industry.  He chaired career seminars with numerous professional teams, and with multiple USA Olympic governing bodies.  He also authored, "How To Get A Job In Sports (Masters Press)."  He served as General Manager of historic Venice Arena (former headquarters of Ringling Brothers and Barnum&Bailey Circus in Venice, FL), where he hosted international events in Olympic-style boxing for Team USA, and nationally televised professional boxing.  He consulted for the newly revised American Basketball Association, then became one of the league''s first General Managers.  He currently assists emerging authors through AuthorHOUSE, the largest book publisher in the world.

 

THE WHITE HOUSE

WASHINGTON

September 6, 1991

            "Dear Mr. Mullen:

            "You are an example of what can be achieved through hard work and determination.  Congratulations on your success, and I hope that you''ll continue to share your story and to encourage others.  Keep up the good work, and God bless you."

Sincerely,
George H. W. Bush

 

"Michael Mullen of Indianapolis, Indiana, is a true American success story."

Richard Lugar, United States Senator, Chairman Foreign Relations Committee

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